Girls Teams Needed

The Boardwalk Basketball Classic is in need of high school girls teams to complete the 2014 field. Interested teams should e-mail Brian at

Boardwalk Basketball Classic Proceeds Disbursed for Scholarships

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The 2013 Boardwalk Basketball Classic tournament proceeds were recently donated to Wildwood High School and Wildwood Catholic High School. Each recipient received $7,000. The Boardwalk Basketball Classic is strictly a not-for-profit event that raises college scholarship money. It is the largest coed basketball tournament in the Country. All those involved with the planning, organization and execution of the tournament are volunteers who donate their time to this worthy cause. All proceeds from the tournament go to the college scholarship funds at the host high schools, Wildwood and Wildwood Catholic. The Boardwalk Basketball Classic has raised over $165,000 in scholarship money since its inception in 1998.

Boardwalk Basketball Classic thanks the Byrne Foundation


On Monday, December 23 at 5pm in the Wildwoods Convention Center, The Boardwalk Basketball Classic committee unveiled the new basketball floor. The purchase of this new floor would not have been possible if not for the tremendous financial support from the Byrne Foundation.

This floor, that was recently donated to the Boardwalk Basketball Classic, will permanently be dedicated to Mr. Byrne and his foundation. The cost of the floor was nearly $90,000 of which the Byrne Foundation covered nearly all of the cost of this purchase.

The Boardwalk Basketball Classic thanks Mr. Jack Byrne, the Byrne Foundation and the J Byrne Insurance Agency for their unwavering support of their community here in the Wildwoods.